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One At A Time


Published 1969


Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation. (1935 - )

ARC Identifier 12122 / Local Identifier 65.49 1969

One At A Time

PROMOTIONAL FILM: This film shows how some of oldest gun makers in world make guns. Shown are steps from selecting wood to inspecting and testing finished product. Most guns and rifles are precision made using computers for accuracy, chamber pressure, and velocity. Experienced craftsmen have keen eyes and patience in making even personalized, hand engraved, individually designed guns. Some types of guns made are pump guns, automatic guns, bolt action guns, and rifles. High speed photography makes it possible to see how good gun works during inspection.

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Producer National Archives and Records Administration
Language English

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